WUCC 2022: Final Thoughts and All-Tournament Teams (Open Division)

A few big-picture takeaways and our selections for the All-Tournament teams.

Tokyo Rascals' Sho Okajima was a sensation at WUCC 2022. Photo: Paul Rutherford -- UltiPhotos.com
Tokyo Rascals’ Sho Okajima was a sensation at WUCC 2022. Photo: Paul Rutherford — UltiPhotos.com

With the 2022 World Ultimate Club Championships rapidly receding in the rearview mirror, we wanted to get down some final thoughts before we  move on to the rest of the club season here in the US. By all means, this tournament won’t disappear completely from our consciousness, as there were plenty of big-picture takeaways and individual performances that will live long in the memory. Here’s what sticks out to us that we look forward to revisiting in our minds for years to come.

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  1. Jesse Strod
    Jesse Strod

    Jesse Strod started playing ultimate his freshman year of high school in 2014 and has been hooked since.

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